Last week our team put together another great Weapons Grade Exec event at the Royal York hotel in Toronto. This was our biggest ETE yet: over 25 client execs, Jason, myself, and 6 senior reps from our strategic partner community: Citrix, Microsoft, VMware, Dell, Cisco, and HP. Plenty of other IT firms hold executive targeted events: they pick a product or solution that they want to sell, they invite a senior exec from the relevant vendor to deliver a high-level sales presentation, and they wine and dine a bunch of “C-level” customer reps … hoping to close a few big deals because they have a captive audience of “decision makers.” We like to do things differently … especially when it comes to our events. I think explaining that difference is worth while.
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May 25th, 2012 No comments
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It is not the the big that eat the small. Rather, it is the fast that eat the slow.
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